Taken from the Digital Comic Museum. Out of this World Adventures was an experiment in publishing, combining pulp sci-fi prose stories with comics. It is in the pulp fiction format (132 pages) with 32 of those pages being comics. Art is by Joe Kubert and John Giunta, and the prose stories are illustrated by William F. McWilliams and James(?) Martin.
January 9, 2018 Subject:
Masterpiece of Pulp Fiction
This is a lost masterpiece of Pulp Fiction. I would consider it ultra-modern when compared to other pulp publications. To my knowledge, no other pulp publication had this combination of literary, text, Sci-fi and illustrated, comic book, tales. Out of this World Adventure was Epic Illustrated thirty years ahead of it's time. There is art by Joe Kubert in two of the comics, and short stories by A. E. Van Vogt, Lester Del Rey and Bertram Chandler. Plus, a Crom the Barbarian comic by Gardner Fox. It's a gold mine in the history of Sci-fi.